Ramada South El Monte
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We slept in a bit Sunday morning and attended the Crossroads service at Grace Community Church, the service aimed at the college kid and young adult audience. The service was very good and all seven of us, plus Lydia's roommate Chrystal, went out to eat afterward. Since a couple people in the group were gluten free or all natural, we decided to find a "healthy" restaurant so we all could enjoy. We settled on the Lotus Vegan. Despite ...
... fall instantly in love with this place. After walking down to the end of the pier we grabbed a coffee and sat down for a while to take it all in and listen to the sweet sounds of a local busker playing his guitar and singing some old classics , the coffee here is super sugary and tastes completely differnt to coffee at home. when I could finally drag Jake away from the music we decided to grab a map from the visitors centre and explore the shopping ...
... we were able to close the bags without having to expand them.
We said farewell to Madge about 11.40 and headed off towards Chicago O'Hare Airport. Bought some lunch to have on the way there. We stopped at Sand Dunes National Park Information Centre for lunch at their picnic tables. The sky was cloudy but the temperature was a warm 72 F although the wind had a bit of bite to it.
The trip to Chicago was expected to ...
... different this time, so I stopped at Waialua Bakery. While there I got a BLT on the parmesan garlic bread, a fresh lemonade and a wonder bar. I loved the BLT, as it was very flavorful. Unfortunately they were digging up the road or maybe sidewalk in front of Matsumoto’s so the street was down to one lane (one side would go, then they let the other side go) so it took forever to drive down the already busy street. Anyway, I drove back the way I came in and went to Surf ...
... in a self guided audio tour, though, which I found interesting. We also found a delicious little bakery/restaurant called Bottega Louie and purchased cute little tart desserts. We also went up to the observatory for the Hollywood sign. It stinks that it's illegal to hike up to the sign because that would've been cool. We got dinner in a Japanese restaurant and I ordered legitimate Ramen. And it was soooo good. I ...